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This blog will show how to use AWS elastic IP to assign to EC Instance but before that...
Why do you need to use an elastic IP address?
Assume you have the following EC2 had set up, you use your EC2 as a web server and the public IP address is as follows.AWSEC2
This blog shows how to backup EC2 instance and create another instance to the same region or different region.EC2EBS
SSH into EC2 instance
To retrieve EC2 instance meta information, once SSH into EC2 instance type following command.
run with root privileges
list all the metadata
Create Flow logs
Select the VPC to want to use flow logs, click action then click Create flow log.AWSVPC
This blog shows how to use AWS classic Load Balancer from scratch, first we need to do some preparation. At the end of the setup, you'll set up 2 EC2 instances with the public subnet.
Following are a list of preparation before setup the classic load balancer.AWS
This blog shows few ways of use AWS Network ACLs to block traffic to your site.
How to blocking traffic from a Specific IP address
AWS has few ways to block specific targets to access your site, for example, Network ACL or WAF.EC2AWSNetwork ACL
This blog shows how to use VPC Endpoint from private EC2 Instance to S3 without going through the internet, with VPC Endpoint access s3 should be within AWS service which will be no charge.VPCS3
If you just have 1 AWS account, you could just use that account for billing and development. However, if you have multiple AWS accounts, it is hard to manage each account's billing, so AWS has a way that is using AWS Organizations to consolidate billing.AWS
This blog will show how to create an AWS application load balancer with custom VPC's EC2 instances.
Setup Custom VPC
Go to VPC and click create VPC, enter the VPC field as below example.